They are face masks that you apply before going to bed. The nutrients and active ingredients will penetrate your skin deeply and slowly release their benefits while you sleep. Night mask textures are formulated to absorb quickly so rest assured, it won't stain your pillow case. Night mask is the ultimate lazy treatment, apply it at the end of your evening routine and you will wake up to a firm, plumped and glowy face.
Which sleeping mask should I use?
Sleeping masks usually have a creamy or jelly consistency. They are available for all types of skin and skin conditions. Sleeping masks with a creamy texture will deeply hydrate normal dry and aging skins, while jelly textures have more soothing and calming properties which are perfect for sensitive, oily and combination skins.
How should I use a sleeping mask?
Sleeping masks as opposed to other face masks should be used as the last step of your evening routine. When applying a sleeping mask, skip step 7 and 9 and apply the sleeping mask as a moisturiser and face mask. Apply a rather thick layer on your face and neck, get a good night sleep and wake up to fresh and dewy skin.